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>>> singing that all morning. the music world is remembering the godfather of go-go, chuck brown. i'm sarah simmons i'm will thomas. welcome to fox 5 morning news. certainly very sad to hear about the passing of chuck brown but as we've been saying, his music will live on. all of us still moving in like we always have. >> all right, will, let's see some more moves. >> wait until the next commercial. >> i know it's sad morning but we are starting the day with the weather on a positive note. if you can, are get out and enjoy today. it will be just about perfect around here later. there is your cold front moving through as we speak. south and east of the city now, if you are in southern maryland, lower eastern shore, you have not quite gotten the cooler and drier air. the conditions here should get gradually more and more comfortable throughout the morning. currently, we are still a little warm. 69 at reagan national. 66 at dulles. bwi marshall, 67 degrees. here is your forecast for today. just a perfect afternoon. lots of sunshine. low humidity, 75 your daytime high in washington and
. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we assess what's behind the downward trend, and whether it's likely to continue into the summer travel season. >> woodruff: then, we update the battle for the presidency in egypt as a muslim brotherhood candidate wins a spot in the runoff elections next month. >> brown: ray suarez examines the lasting legacy of the case of the missing child etan patz. >> woodruff: miles o'brien reports on safety measures at u.s. nuclear plants, and asks are they ready for a worst-case scenario, a fukushima-like meltdown? >> the i anybodya against change and against improvement, i think it's something we have to be vigilant about and push so the regulator can make sure that change happens. >> david >> brown: david brooks and ruth marcus analyze the week's news. >> woodruff: and we talk to pulitzer prize winning author stephen greenblatt about his new book, the story of the rediscovery of an ancient manuscript and its influence even today. >> one day, it is on the shelf and not instantly but decisively the world changes. >> woodruff: that's all
chuck brown [ music ] >> go go club, go go girls, go go music. i decided to call it go go music. >>> goes and goes that is how go go got its name. brown started the trendy sound in the nations capital in the 70s and it took off. straight ahead a look at his life and legacy. a morning filled with special guests, new and were influenced by the funk pioneer. >>> usually if something sounds too good to be true it probably is. sketchers paying out big time accused of being a little sketchy for its line of shoes that promised a toner and leaner body. are you in for a refund. >>> a woman paralyzed by a stroke does something she hasn't been able to do for 15 years, move on her own. more on this medical milestone. fox 5 morning news at 7 starts now. >>> good morning there is a live lookout side, a fine start to this day and it looks like it is going to be a spectacular day. maybe a spectacular couple of days as a matter of fact. this is thursday, may 17th, 2012. >>> we want to get right to the weather. tucker barnes, that was tucker, tony and tucker together, joining us with a look at th
brown. >>> and it was a fitting send off for the god father of go go. part gospel service and part go go concert. >> a whose who of politician -- a who's who of politicians for the three-hour plus funeral at the washington convention center. >> and today, the celebration had so much rhythm and beat. look at that. even the mayor is dancing, well, sort of. bruce johnson was inside the service. he joins us with the rest of the story. >> the nation's capitol have never seen this kind of memorial service. ♪ trouble don't last >> you know what, d.c.. >> chuck was so down to earth. he was just seen through and through. >> there are so many stories i have heard that their lives have been turned around with just three minutes of his time. he's just an incredible man. ♪ [ music ] >> it was a combination of gospel revival, happy hours. and go go concerts. it seems to have never end. show your problems. >> this is amazing. this brought the city together. people are just loving it. people are smiling. people are happy. >> we kept him going for soing long. he really loves the people. he loves d.c.
, but it prompted a rrelative to give them information. >> the "godfather of go-go, chuck brown, late yesterday his family and mayor vincent gray release information on a public viewing and memorial service. john gonzalez is outside the howard theatre in northwest washington with all the details. >> that's right. the mayor's office and the family of chuck brown have announced the memorial plans next week for the late star. they include the newly refurbished howard theatre in northwest d.c., where he was a regular and we're initially scheduled a performance next month. pretty much all day on may 29 there will be a public viewing here at the theater. and on thursday, may 31, a public memorial service down the street at the convention center from noon until 3:00. there will be will closures. thousands are expected both days to pay their final respects to the late star. the city strongly courage as public transportation. this man known as the "godfather of go-go" passed away last week at the age of 75 after being hospitalized for pneumonia. he was still active, forced to cancel several shows earlier
brown. look forward to that. we're going to begin with that severe weather, including tropical storm beryl. really putting a damper on the holiday plans of millions of americans. the weather channel's mike seidel is in jacksonville beach, florida, this morning. mike, good morning to you. >> and good morning, savannah, from triple digit heat in parts of the midwest to the hottest may weather on record in that part of the country to the second tropical storm of the season, four days before the official start of the hurricane season, millions of americans are enduring some extreme weather this holiday weekend. with maximum sustained winds just below hurricane force, tropical storm beryl made landfall just after midnight near jacksonville, florida, where city officials canceled all outdoor memorial day events. >> everything is going to be shut down. we're really preparing for this tropical storm, and it's all about safety. we want people safe through this storm. >> reporter: from florida to south carolina, the tropical storm has whipped up the surf. creating dangerous rip currents. dozen
for fans of the god father of go go. a public memorial is being held for chuck brown. >>> this will not just be a somber event it will include the songs and sounds that made him a music legend. melanie alnwick is live outside the dc convention center with more on what is to come. good morning. >> reporter: good morning allison. as we have been talking about, chuck brown's performances were legendary. the send off to him has been nothing less. thousands are expected to come here to the washington convention sent tore get a seat for today's -- center, to get a seat for today's musical tribute and memorial service. one people say will be quite the party. chuck brown created a style washingtonians have been proud to call their own one many contemporary musicians incorporated into their sound. notables from gospel, jazz. soul, and r&b will send off the god father of go go in a macer he would be proud of. he died may 1st, from complications of pneumonia. fans respected the man as well adds the musician a guy who would arrange his performance schedule to make sure he could s
of lieutenant cmdr wesley brown. brown was a standout student and athlete in graduated in 1949. he was born here in baltimore. in may 2008, the academy named its new field house after him. lieutenant cmdr wesley brown was 85 years old. still ahead, safety concerns regarding a new type of laundry detergent. details in consumer alert. plus, if you plan on boarding a flight earlier because of your children, that might soon change. first, his disappearance changed the way we searched for missing children. now word of a confession in a 30-year-old case. and dr. kim hammond is here to answer your pet questions. you can e-mail your questions to petquestions@wbaltv.com. >> a semi truck driver is dead after slamming to a home in suburban chicago. it crashed into the home early thursday morning. the trailer flipped onto a car with two passengers inside were not hurt. a passenger inside the semi truck survived the crash. there is no word on what caused the driver to lose control. there are new developments in the case of a new york city boy who went missing more than three decades ago. new york city police
. scooping up sunoco. and the big business that is mother's day. plus bobby brown sits down with matt lauer to talk about whitney houston and drugs. >>> coming up the knicks couldn't handle the heat, the capitals got even and rajon rondo suspended. you're watching "early today". >>> good morning, welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry and here are your top headlines. parliamentary committee has concluded that news corp chairman rupert murdoch is not a, quote, fit person to run a major international corporation. the committee found murdoch exhibited, quote, willful bli blindness towards wrongdoing. and the report also questioned the competence of murdoch's son, james. >>> may day protests are planned today by occupy wall street activists in cities across the country. they plan rush hour demonstrations in new york and san francisco to block bridges. >>> dna evidence has cleared two men in texas who were officially exonerated in a rape and shooting 10 years ago. they shook hands with the judge who declared them innocent after decades behind bars. >>> and in colorado robert dewey was rel
brown to keep brown in the race so -- sulaimon brown to keep brown in the race so he could attack mayor incumbent adrian fenty. brooks is the second gray staffer to plead guilty to federal charges. earlier today here's what his lawyer glenn ivey had to say about all this. >> i think he hit the point where he realized that it was time to accept responsibility for what he'd done. he realized he'd made a very serious mistake in the way he'd gone about handling this initially. he wanted to get it back on the right track. today was the first step in that direction. >> reporter: part of the plea agreement here for brooks, his guilty plea would give him between zero to six months in prison or he can simply get probation. of course, he hasn't been sentenced yet. that's to happen later in the coming months. back to you. >> another hot and humid day has more storms popping up all over the d.c. region. topper is tracking them now. who's in the bull's eye? >> west and southwest of town, not as numerous as yesterday and no warnings, but they are still capable of producing very heavy rain. let's loo
behind bars. in june of 2010 he shot and killed trooper wesley brown, who was working security at the applebee's in forestville. williams shot brown outside the restaurant. the judge give williams the maximum sentence calling him a threat to society. >> it's the worst violence in syria since the uprising began. tonight at least 55 people are dead, hundreds more injured after twin suicide bombings in damascus. the white house has con determin -- co condemned the attacks this evening. >> reporter: two suicide car bombs exploded in the syrian capital of damascus, killing more than 50 people and wounding more than 370. the explosions took place in a district in the capital that houses a military intelligence come plks, believed to be the intended target. syrian state media says the majority of those killed were civilians. the syrian government blamed the explosion on terrorists they said have been behind a 14-month uprising trying to destabilize the country. activists blame the government for orchestrating the attacks saying they were trying to demonize the opposition and create a
the age of the average ceo. gov. brown releases his budget tomorrow in the wake of higher than anticipated deficit. >>> we face a $16 million hole >>> the governor brands higher deficit of lower tax revenue cuts to education and public safety and not acceptable he wants to increase taxes for the highest earners and increase sales taxes, fellow democrats will help sell the measure to voters. >>> between now and november all of us will be aggressive in talking about the importance of the governor's tax measure. >>> it could be a hard sell, where voters are resistant to increase taxes republicans have reacted by saying there must be more cuts. despite her unpopularity oakland mayor is staying put. organizers for the recall announce they're unable to get the 20,000 signatures needed to qualify for the november election. according to a recent poll 3 out of 4 oakland residents are not happy with the mayor's performance but the majority of voters are not ready for a recall because it is costly. >>> and why they don't totally agree with me on everything people want this to work on the issues i am
brown. >> come on, d.c.! >> a lively public memorial for the godfather of go-go has just wrapped up at the d.c. convention center this afternoon. brown died may 16th at the age of 75. today city leaders talked about naming a day, a park, and a hall of fame in his honor. noting how his blend of percussian, funk, and call-in response lyrics helped define d.c.'s culture. brown's brothers say it wasn't just his music but his character that meant so much to his fans. >> chuck showed a lot of humility and love and cared for people in need. he took the time to sign autographs and embrace those who just wanted to say hello. >> news 4's derrick ward will have more on today's service and plans to honor chuck brown's legacy coming up at 5:00. >>> a breast feeding awareness campaign in washington state is sparking both applause and outrage. we should warn you we are going to show you some images that could be a bit revealing. the online campaign features a photo of two women in the air force breast feeding their babies. they're doing it in uniform. the air force did not approve this photo and s
, thanks, bill. >>> coming up the octo mom goes belly up in a manner of speaking. >>> and bobby brown sits down to talk about whitney houston and drugs. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. so to make sure people get every word of the geico savings message i've been practicing how to talk like a true chicagoan. switching to geico could save you hundreds of dollars on car insurance... da bears. haha... you people sure do talk funny. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. [ clang ] my house is where plants came to die. ♪ but, it turns out all i was missing was miracle-gro potting mix. it's got what a plant needs. even plant food that feeds them for up to 6 months. you get bigger, more beautiful plants. guaranteed. who's got two green thumbs thanks to miracle-gro? uh, this gal. boom! everyone grows with miracle-gro. that's good morning, veggie style. hmmm. for half the calories plus veggie nutrition. could've had a v8. >>> welcome back to "first lo " look." time for entertainment news. bobby brown has flatly denied what many long assumed. he sai
donaghue at brown university developed the system after decoding some of the brain's electrical language. how well do we understand this language? >> we know that there's a general pattern of, for example, left, right, up, down, even fast or slow. >> kathy now has neural control over that cursor. >> pelley: four years ago dr. leigh hochberg of massachusetts general hospital explained as hutchinson moved the computer cursor with her thoughts. >> she's thinking about the movement of her hand and she's moving the cursor much as if she had her hand on a mouse. do you want to play some music? all right. >> pelley: she just clicked "play." >> she did. ( playing paul mccartney's "another day" ) >> pelley: ( laughs ) that's pretty amazing! now four years later in the study published today in the journal "nature" researchers report hutchinson has gone even further, using her mind to control a robotic arm. >> she was able to reach and grab any ball in any location about half the time which to us was remarkable that he could do any of that. >> pelley: once they proved it worked they wanted to see w
brown in concert. >> and coming up this morning we're going to have more of our exclusive interview with bobby and his family talking about his reaction to the death of his former wife whitney houston and what happened to him in his life in the days after that tragedy. >> and of course we're always trying to help people save money on this sew. so we're one-upping that by giving or letting you know where to find free stuff and lots of it there dating sites to gym passes. there's something, dare i say, for everyone. >> all right. and if you are out looking at homes for $250,000 or less, barbara kosh ran is here, tours from upstate new york, texas and every place in between. >> before we go, just a second ago, 30 seconds ago, savannah guthrie was out here dancing with the best of them. >> oh, yeah. >> she's made her way inside. she's got a check of the headlines. >> and i put down the flashing bracelet. today, exactly 33 years after etan patz disappeared from his manhattan street a new jersey man appears in a new york city court. police say he has confessed to kidnapping and killing th
a stir. you see him there in brown face, some say mocking an indian ak sent. it's triggered online backlash. it's been pulled, but some ask, has the damage been done? i'm sure donny will have strong opinions about it as well as star. the empty sheet is for me because i'm rushing in. we'll chat about that and a couple other hot topics with the professionals. >>> then on "today's money," we are making sure you've got enough money for your retirement. what are some of the things you need to do to make sure that you're comfortable in those later years. >> i'm so glad we do this segment so regularly because people really need this kind of advice. i pay attention to it. thanks a lot. >>> meantime, let's go inside and find out from natalie what the stories of the morning are. >> good morning, everyone. a change of heart for the blind chinese dissident at the center of a diplomatic standoff between washington and beijing. chen guangcheng and his family now want to leave china, fearing for their lives, and hope secretary of state hillary clinton can help. he is now in a hospital after leavi
campaign workers, brocks and gore, were breaking the law. officials say that they were paying brown to stay in the race and verbally attack fenty. gray said that he knew nothing about it. and on wednesday, told us this. >> there is an ongoing, pending investigation so there is nothing to comment. this is continuing to unfold. >> reporter: prosecutors say gore and brooks put together a plan and used gray campaign contributions to fund it. and prosecutors say gore would take out money orders, $660 worth and brookes would put false names on them and hand them to brown. brown has said that gray knew about it, so far federal authorities haven't been able to prove it. >> and back out live now, the hearing is wrapping up. if brookes cooperates, he could serve parole and looks like sentenceing guidelines are anywhere from six months up to five years and the judge said if he cooperates with prosecutors, the prosecutors can then file a motion asking the judge to go lenient on him. we're told that not only thomas brookes but gore has been working with prosecutors as this investigation continues and on
, there is a new online ad that's featuring ashton kutcher that's causing a lot of controversy. he appears in brown face portraying a bollywood producer. some critics have called it racist. the ad has now been pulled. and the company is apologizing. so we'll have more on that. >>> let us begin with a check of the morning's top stories from natalie morales joining us from the news desk. hey, natalie. >> good morning, everyone. secretary of state hillary clinton is in beijing as the fate of that blind chinese disdented is now up in the air. nbc's ian williams is in beijing. ian, good day to you. >> reporter: natalie, with the u.s. brokered deal unraveling, the face of chen guangcheng is turning into a diplomatic nightmare for hillary clinton. they were trying to make it look like business as usual. the secretary of state meeting top chinese officials this morning for previously scheduled talks. addressing human rights only in broad terms. >> we believe that all governments do have to answer to citizens' aspirations for dignity and the rule of law and that no nation can or should deny those rights. >>
, the federal investigators continue to conduct other investigations into several leaders: gray, kwame brown. matt ackland spoke to the u.s. attorney about the probes. >> reporter: the u.s. attorney wanted harry thomas jr. to be sentenced to 46 months in prison. the judge got close and meachum said this should send a message to others who want to defraud the government. >> did he say anything at all? >> reporter: harry thomas jr. had nothing to say to reporters. earlier, he told the judge he humiliated his family and community and said what i did was wrong, your honor, and i broke the law. >> and the citizens deserve leaders who are ethical. >> reporter: the u.s. attorney whose office prosecuted the case, spoke to us not long after thomas was sentenced. >> and i think justice was served. if you engage in public corruption, there will be consequences and you will forfit your ill-gotten gapes but your freedom as l. >> reporter: when asked about other investigations underway and to the mayor vincent gray and council chairman brown, meachum was limited in what he could say. >> and we kate talk a
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into the political payoff of suleman brown to then mayor fenty. the two cases mark a quickening pace into the investigation of political corruption of gray's 2010 campaign for mayor. the campaign that u.s. attorney ronald mason says deceived voters with wrongdoing. the suleman-brown scheme is only a smart part of larger investigation into possible shadow campaign of tens of thousands of dollars. some possibly fake contributions that helped fuel the gray campaign. mayor gray, who early on strongly insisted on his own innocence, is on advice of his lawyer now to decline to talk to report bers any aspect of the investigation that's now reaching inside of the core of his campaign. howard brooks is cooperating with authorities. at one point last year sources say that he wore a wire to help gather evidence. at practical court in downtown washington, top sherwood, news4. >> thank you, tom. >>> authorities are trying to figure out how a man and his two sons fell into a manure pit and died on a farm in kent county, maryland. the three worked on the farm in kennedyville on the eastern shore. t
in facebook. governor jerry brown is warning that big spending cuts may be on the way very soon. that's gauze the state's budget deficit has ballooned to $16 billion. that's nearly double the estimates from just a couple of months ago. but as i said, greek leaders are meeting right now to try and solve the gridlock over a coalition government, but really how is that affecting the u.s. economy? earlier i posed that question to cnn senior international correspondent matthew chance. >> we're talking about the possibility of greece crashing out of the euro zone, the single european currency, and that's unchartered territory. if that happens, it won't just -- it may not be greece that fails only. it may be the entire euro zone project, and that's important particularly for other parts of -- particularly for the united states. it was even the u.s., for instance, isn't that heavily invested in greek assets. it is heavily invested in other european assets and other european banks, and so if greece fails, the whole of europe could fail, and that will have says massive consequences around the world, in
brown. it is monday may 14th. thank you for watching "fox friends first. >> the trading blunder at our nations largest bangs. three of the heist ranking executives at jp more january chase are stepping down later today. one of the heist ranking women on wall street she is a 30-year-old veteran of jp morgan who served as a chief investment officer. joining us live from washington with more details on this is kelly wright. hi, kelly. >> good morning to you. heads will begin to role as you mentioned at jp morgan. the company's $2 billion loss could begin as early as today. as the fallout continues jp morgan ceo is trying to control the damage acknowledging the company's loss but stating everyone in business makes mistakes. diamond says jshg p morg-- jp mn has done nothing wrong. >> we know they were sloppy and know we were wrong. regulators should look at something like this. we are open to regulators and they will come to their own conclusion. we plan to fix it learn from it and be a better company when it is done. >> dimon supports 70 percent of the dodd that's the 2010 law that is pass
to the big headline of the day. >>> republican senator scott brown out with his first television ad of the massachusetts senate race, painting himself as an independent leader. take a look. >> independent majority has delivered a great victory. my whole life has been about beating the odds. there's absolutely nothing in this world that you can't get if you work hard at it. i've done what i said i was going to do. >> he's turned out to be unpredictability independent and beholden to no one. >> we have more work to do getting this economy working again. working together, we can restore it together. >> brown is also putting the spotlight on his challenger elizabeth warren's claims of native american ancestry, calling on her to release her law school applications. brown says, quote, serious questions have been raised about the legitimacy of elizabeth warren's claims to native american ancestry and whether it was appropriate for her to assume minority status as a college professor. warren has faced questions from the media after it was reported she listed herself as a minority in two law
the weekend that california's budget deficit has ballooned by nearly $7 billion. governor jerry brown proposed $8.3 billion in cuts, everything from payroll to court funding to construction projects. a 4-day workweek for state workers. hundreds of millions in cuts to state colleges. raising the state sales tax and a temporary increase in income tax on the wealthy. brown says it's the best he can do, calling it a, quote, pretzel palace of incredible complexity. the governor made a comparison to the financial struggles we were talking about overseas. >> take away our never pleasant, take a look at what's going on in greece. take a look at the 100,000 people marching in spain. once you have it, it's much more painful to give it up than if you don't get what you desire. and that's why it becomes very important to block new spending proposals. it is difficult, and that's just life. >> governor brown's plan comes up for a vote in november. >>> to 2012 politics, mitt romney's time at his former company bain capital is shifting the debate back to the economy. just hours after the obama campaign releas
to another mayoral candidate, suleiman brown. mayor gray has denied the allegations but experts say it is hard to believe he didn't know about the scandal. >> the mayor is a very detail oriented person t would seem sort of unreasonable to think that this was being done without his knowledge, permission, complicity. >> if convicted, brooks could get a maximum of six months in prison and probation. >>> bonuses for county employees are just one part of a new budget approved for prince george's county. the county council yesterday passed a $2.7 billion spending it increases money for schools and public safety and does include a one-time bone us for most of the county's 6,000 workers. >>> a guilty verdict in the trial of a woman charged with hitting and dragging a bicyclist who later died. christy littleford's defense was she thought she hit a deer and that is why she left the scene and left natasha pettigrew to die. littleford is now facing 10 years and two months in prison when she was sentenced in august. >>> a pennsylvania family prepares to bury three of their own, a father and his
any cuter? that show is so good. >>> and you know who else is so good? alton brown is here. the amazing alton brown. he's going to whip up a little bananas foster. >> the morning edition. >> we're going to set things on fire. >> more desserts. >>> and you are the host of the james beer foundation awards. i was there. you killed. >> really? i survived. thank you. >> and you didn't set anything on fire. >> i did not. but i will today. >> that's right. >>> we know that mother's day is coming up. and we're all blessed to have extraordinary mothers in our lives. and i am included in that. she grew up in the depression. she married a tuskegee airman, my mom. and my mom, lucimarian roberts, sharing her wisdom. in a new book. "my story, my song," along with missy buchanan, who we will talk to in a moment. here's my momma. ♪ when it's heavy you're never left alone ♪ ♪ to bare it all >> reporter: faith, family and friends. that's what my mom's life is all about. and at the age of 88, she is taking a lifetime of lessons learned and putting them to paper in "my story, my song." >
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residents have k. vote in the special election. >>> kwame brown is going to join us in studio to talk more about the special election and also preview some initiatives and programs expected to be in the new budget proposal. that is going be for unveil today for fiscal year 2013. >>> to maryland now and a fight over higher income tax in the state house continues. the democratic controlled general assembly is racing to approve the tax increases to avoid $500 million in automatic cuts. outside the state house in annapolis, some protesters oppose the tax hikes. others don't want cuts to schools and state workers. the senate votes on governor o'malley's proposals later today. >>> a budget battle in richmond too. virginia's house of delegates shot down two proposalled by governor bob mcdonnell. one would have aferl loud fay 3% bone us for state employees but only at savings of $70 million could be found elsewhere by the end of june. heavily republican house also reject an amendment to withhold state funding for the metropolitan washington airports authority. governor mcdonnell wanted to get seve
-year-old david brown was using a public computer at the time of his arrest, they believe, to set up more attacks. police believe brown used craigslist to lure potential buyers to northwest baltimore and rob them of cash and valuables. they say he's responsible for at least four robberies, all on calloway street. the most recent victim thought he was responding to an online ad, but was robbed at gunpoint of $2,000 cash. kai? >> police are trying to determine if brown is involved in any other incidents, criminal charges are pending. >>> nearly 2,000 workers at the sparrow -- sparrows point steel plant are preparing to lose their jobs, as the plant's owner searches for potential buyers. wjz is live. weijia jiang has more on the company's financial struggles and the difficult road ahead for the area. >> for so many decades, the plant has been the heart of the entire community. so when it stops running, people who work and live there, worry everything else could shut down with it. >> reporter: this steel mill at sparrows point was once a thriving operation. maryland's biggest employer. >
the weekend with highlights that included bobbi kristina brown accepting the millennium award on behalf of her mother, whitney houston. >> i'm just blessed to have been in such an incredible woman's life. there will never be another one. ever. >> and i thank you. all of you. fans, everyone. thank you. >> this is bobbi kristina's first major public appearance since her mother's sudden passing in february. >>> and longtime "saturday night live" cast member kristen wiig seemed to be fighting back tears when she got a musical send-off this weekend from host mick jagger and her fellow cast members during the season finale of "snl." ♪ ♪ when you change every new day i'm gonna miss you ♪ >> wiig has been withson for seven years. it is now 9:05. let's go back to al with a check of the weather. >> thanks so much, savannah. take a look, show you what we've got going on. besides the rain here in the northeast we do have tropical storm alberto. doesn't look like it's going to be much of a problem. it's got 40-mile-per-hour winds, moving southbound. it will be scooting off the southeastern atlantic c
memorial. governor brown will be among those attending the ceremony. >>> meanwhile, several bay area police officers are taking part in a national event honoring this officer and other officers. overnight, they took a red eye flight from oakland to new york city. they will join others in a marathon bike ride to raise money for the national law enforcement memorial. three vallejo police officers still grieving the loss of the officer will be among the riders. >> we've not forgotten him or his family. we think about him all of the time. >> these barelies traveled light -- bay area police officers traveled light and shipped all of their bike gear ahead of time, free of charge. >>> the city of san francisco may be losesle 49ers to santa clara but they are not going away empty-handed. the "chronicle" says the 9ers will have the option of staying until 2019 or earlier. in return, the team would give the city $1 million. san francisco would also be part of the 49ers' bid to bring the super bowl to the bay area as early as 2016. >>> well, today is the deadline for students to submit designs for at
james brown, the godfather of soul, may 3. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ you're so vain ♪ you probably think this song is about you ♪ . >> this afternoon, an announcement from the one-time front-runner for the presidential nomination. >> today i'm suspending my campaign. >> well, there you have it. he is suspending it, like what we all had to do to our disbelief when he thought he was going to be president. >> but suspending the campaign does not mean suspending citizenship. calista and i are committed to be active citizens. >> wouldn't it be awesome, though, if it did mean suspending citizenship? like if you lose a presidential primary, you're deported. wouldn't that be awesome? i don't think anybody thought they were, you know, going to leave the country, but it's good to know you'll be active citizens and be around to haunt people on jury duty. all right. ♪ >> well, you know, welcoming you, mika, and joe, and harold ford, and willie soon to join us. >> well, that's fantastic. >> times square. . welcome to "morning joe" as we take a live look at times square in new york
that was created. >>> whitney houston's former husband, bobby brown, telling matt lauer in an exclusive interview with the "today" show that he's not to blame for the death of his superstar ex-wife while at the same time implying that she didn't have the will to lave clean life. >> maybe i could have done something different, your life. but you have to want it. i wasn't the one that, you know, got her addicted to drugs or -- i'm not the reason she's gone. >> as you'll remember, houston drowned in the tub of a blifr hills hotel room in march. coroners say heart disease and cocaine use contributed to her death. >>> wait till you get a load of this one. an attorney for a new jersey mother says his client is 150% innocent of child endangerment. his client is accused of taking her 5-year-old daughter tanning, an accusation she denies. here's natalie morales with a story that has touched a lot of nerves. >> this whole thing's been blown out of proportion. >> reporter: patricia denies she took her daughter anna tanning with her and says she just brought the 5-year-old the tanning salon and made her wait
. stearns and the gentlewoman om -- the gentlewoman from florida, ms. brown, each will control 20 pins. the gentleman from florida. mr. stearns: i rise in strong support of h.r. 4201, a bill introduced by my good friend, mike turner, from ohio. as our nation's service members continue to endure long deployments oversea the service civil relief act is there to protect their interests at home. at its core, it ensures that service members have certain protections in the event that military service everything from mortgages to cell phone contracts, it simply fails to protect one uniform framework for protecting service members' rights under child custody actions by state courts. this bill would protect these rights by amended the scra to require that if a court gives temporary custody of a service member's child to someone else because of the service member's deployment, the service member has the opportunity to have the previous custody order reinstated upon their return. this would occur unless the court determines that such a move would not be in the best interest of the child. it would
. it began in march, 2011, with allegations by former minor candidate suleman brown, that he was paid by gray operatives to attack then mayor adrian finty on the campaign trail in 2010. now in the first public action the u.s. attorney's office is charging the gray assistant treasurer thomas gore for making three straw donations and using fake names on the donations. say the candidate who got the fake donations was suleman brown. more seriously u.s. attorney ronald machen is charging gore with destruction of evidence including a spiral notebook. thomas gore who has indicated he plans to plead guilty to the criminal information papers, faces up to 20 years on the destruction of evidence felony. attorneys say that could give him an incentive to disclose other campaign informing for leniency. neither gray who is traveling on city business in las vegas nor his attorney robert bennett commented monday on the federal charges. thomas gore -- neither he nor his attorney fred cook could be reached for comment. thomas gore is expected to appear in federal court tomorrow. jim? >>> marion barry remains ho
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